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Bridalveil Fall TrailBridalveil Fall Trail
This easy paved half-mile trail visits the base of a 620-foot single-drop waterfall on the south side of Yosemite Valley.
Chilnualna Falls TrailChilnualna Falls Trail
This 8-mile round trip hike ascends 2,200 feet past a raucous string of cascades to the top of a waterfall alongside Wawona Dome.
Half Dome TrailHalf Dome
This epic 16-mile hike climbs 4,800 feet and is one of Yosemite’s most popular and most challenging trails.
Hetch HetchyHetch Hetchy Reservoir and Wapama Falls
This 5-mile hike tours a flooded valley to a thundering waterfall in the northwest corner of Yosemite National Park.
Lower Yosemite Fall TrailLower Yosemite Fall Trail
This 1.2-mile hike delivers visitors to the base of the tallest waterfall in North America. The experience is not to be missed.
Mariposa Grove Giant SequoiasMariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias
This 1.6-mile hike (or longer) visits the biggest trees in Yosemite.
May Lake Trail YosemiteMay Lake
This short east hike off Tioga Road visits a peaceful alpine lake in the high elevation region of Yosemite north of Yosemite Valley.
Mirror Lake YosemiteMirror Lake
This 2 to 2.8-mile hike visits a reflective pool on the east end of Yosemite Valley.
Mist TrailMist Trail to Vernal Fall and Nevada Fall
This 1.8 to 5.5-mile hike takes an exciting course past two of Yosemite’s prize waterfalls.
Panorama TrailPanorama Trail
This 10-mile one-way hike travels from Glacier Point down to Yosemite Valley in the most scenic way possible.
Taft Point TrailTaft Point Trail
This 4-mile round trip hike visits an overlook on the south wall of Yosemite Valley with fascinating rock fissures carved into the exposed granite.
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